June 22, 2017, 11:30 am
– 01:00 pm
Texas Nurses Association, Austin
What’s All This Talk About “Fiduciary” with Respect to 401(k)’s and Retirement Accounts?
Chuck Rolph, Director, Advanced Consulting Group, Nationwide
Texas Nurses Association
8501 N. Mopac Expy., Suite 400, Austin TX (map)
Free for TSAE members; lunch provided
What you don’t know about being a fiduciary CAN hurt you.
Ignorance is not bliss in this case … the stakes are too high. If you can answer correctly the following three questions, you don’t need to attend; if you can’t answer the questions, you had better sign up and attend.
Can you name the five fiduciary positions recognized by the Department of Labor under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”)? Do you know the fiduciary responsibilities of each of those five positions? How many of those five positions are internal (at the plan sponsor level) and how many are external (outside service providers)?
Are you paying too much to service providers who provide services to your plan? What are the implications of overpaying for services? How do you know if you are paying too much to service providers?
What is the new fiduciary rule just issued by the Department of Labor all about? Do you even know that the DOL has issued a new fiduciary rule? Does the new fiduciary rule affect you? If so, how?
Attendees to this meeting that sponsor retirement plans for their workforce will, perhaps for the first time, confront real life issues related to the concept of “fiduciary.”
About the Speaker
Since 1977, Chuck has specialized in the strategic and tactical uses of qualified retirement plans, nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements, and employer-sponsored employee benefit plans to grow, protect, and tax-efficiently distribute retirement income.
Chuck is uniquely qualified to coach financial advisors in the effective use of employee benefit plans and arrangements by virtue of his combination of education and professional experience related to the design, establishment, funding, and administration of such plans. He holds a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from the University of Nebraska and a Master of Science in Financial Services (MSFS) degree from The American College. Chuck is a Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) and regularly works with financial advisors on financial planning matters. Additionally, he holds the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) credential.
During his 17 years as a private practice employee benefits attorney in Indianapolis, Chuck was recognized in the publication Best Lawyers in America from 2005 - 2010 and was rated A-V.
Program and Lunch Provided by:
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Regional Vice President
Group Retirement Plans - Nationwide